Drama in corporate videos

Drama certainly has its place in corporate video production.  There are a number of reasons for this.  A well constructed drama can be very engaging, encouraging a viewer to become involved in an issue via a story.

Humour also has its place in corporate video production, particularly when a subject is as dry as a stick.  Usually clients are a little wary of humour in videos, but it should never be ruled out without fair consideration.

Last Licks excerpt

'Last Licks' is a powerful drama themed around the issue of absent fathers. Commissioned by 'Dad Talk', we produced this with Moonwatcher Media, and the film is written by Colin Skevington. Unreleased - therefore this is only a short clip.

Last Licks excerpt

Masculinity Today

'Masculinity Today' is a humourous look at the role of men down through the ages. Written for Dad Talk by comedy writer Alan Wightman. If you want a comedic spin to your videos we always recommend working with Alan - his CV speaks for itself.

Masculinity Today

New Fashion Model

This video covered a quest to find the next top models from the West Country. It's not strictly speaking a dramatisation, but it has all the characteristics of a reality TV show, and that's why it's here amongst the dramas.

New Fashion Model

Shooting drama

There is no difference between shooting a drama for a corporate than for television.  The script is researched and written to deliver the message that you want to get over.  The visualisation in terms of filming and editing is geared to lend power to that message, to have an effect on viewers.

Professional performers

It is very easy to get drama totally wrong.

Professional actors appropriately cast will breathe life into the characters in your video. 

Design: G Horder